Duluth East is a community high school providing 21st Century classrooms and facilities, experienced teaching staff and excellent educational programs. Our school community strives to provide high achievement for all and a welcoming environment for everyone.
Nov 26 & 27 - Thanksgiving Break
Dec 19 - Holiday Music Concert - DECC 7:00 pm
Flexisched for WIN
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ISD 709 high schools provide:
Registration Update: U of M admissions requirement for the Class of 2016
Students intending to apply to the U of M -TC should review the new admissions requirements. See your counselor if you need to adjust your course requests for the 2014-15 school year. Click here for more information
Principal: Laurie Knapp
Assistant Principal: Jon Flaa
Dean of Students: Kyle Rock
Activities Director: Shawn Roed
Address: 301 North 40th Avenue East, Duluth, MN 55804
Junior Class Survey
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Policy update regarding dropping classes
Due to the move from 6 to 4 grade periods,
Semester Courses (i.e. Health, Physical Education, Psychology):
Students will have ten school days after the end of the first Grade period to drop without penalty.
Sequential Semester Courses (i.e. English 10, Geometry, American History, Biology, Mathematics):
First Semester – Students will have ten school days after the end of the first grade period to drop without penalty.
Second Semester – students will have ten days after the start of the second semester to drop a second semester
Students who chose to drop a class after the above mentioned timelines would have as part of their transcript a record of their credit(s) attempted and credit(s) earned. Example: If a student drops a class after the deadline, regardless of the grade earned at the time, the student will receive a not credit and will receive a grade of “I”. The grade point average will be permanently affected since this would be a credit attempted, but no credit earned.
NOTE: The current policy relative to removing a student from a class due to lack of attendance remains in effect.
That is, any student removed from a class due to excessive truancies or absences will receive no credit and a permanent “I” grade. The grade point average will be permanently affected since this would be credit attempted, but no credit earned
East Class of 2016
Did you know your senior year will be filled with early fall deadlines? Reduce your stress now by clicking here to preview the Senior Year Planning Checklist. Many of the responsibilities on this list can be done before your senior year begins.
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